2012 West Coast Large Scale Nationals – Glen Helen Nov. 8th



1/5 Scale Racing at West Coast Large Scale Nationals Glen Helen



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Original Post:

Looks like a good race is shaping up for November 8th-11th in Southern California. Dust off your Losi 5IVE-T, HPI Baja, MCD or whatever large scale you have and go have some fun with these guys. LSN will do our best to get live coverage with pictures, video etc.


There will be no pre-registration for this event. You may pay fees when you arrive. If you have questions please contact Larry@giantrc.us

2wd and 4×4 classes will operate with the rule of 30.5cc engines and smaller. No other limits on aftermarket parts.

2 Additional Race classes added:

31cc and larger engine

Electric vehicles



There are numerous hotels and motels within a 15 minute drive priced from the budget to the luxury. The same is true for restaurants as there is fast food 5 minutes away to popular family restaurants and buffets within 15 minutes.

There are other amenities this new facility has to offer. It is located in an area know as the Inland Empire 50 miles east of downtown Los Angeles.

This is approximately a 60 minute drive from Pacific Coast beaches, 45 minutes from Disneyland, 60 minutes from Magic Mountain, 30 to 45 minutes from several Indian owned Casinos, 60 minutes from Palm Springs, 45 minutes from mountain resort areas of Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead. We have exciting local Sprint Car Racing on the dirt ½ mile oval at Perris Auto Speedway. Last and certainly not the least, especially for the ladies, 30 to 45 minutes from 3 major Outlet Malls.

As you can see this is not just a place to race cars, IT IS A DESTINATION FOR FAMILY FUN.

 For more information please email Larry@giantrc.us

or call 909-887-9700

5 thoughts on “2012 West Coast Large Scale Nationals – Glen Helen Nov. 8th”

  1. Since this was announced, I have been looking for some information, photos or something more about this track. I would love to come race, but there needs to be more info on this place before I make the effort. The only kibble of info is that the track is for all scales and the lanes needed to widened for largescale. This does sound promising. On top of this, never held a race there?? Commmmon……………

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